Respectful Supervisor: Motivating and Retaining Employees
Run time: 11 Minutes
The degree to which an employee is motivated depends in large part on how they feel they’re being treated. Those who feel disrespected typically become demoralized; they are less productive, less engaged, and more likely to quickly move on to other jobs. All of which impact the bottom line.
The Respectful Supervisor: Motivating and Retaining Employees
tackles this issue by revealing some of the best ways supervisors can convey respect: paying attention to employees, engaging them in regular communication, and demonstrating commitment to employee well-being and success.
Specific learning points include:
- Have regular one-on-one meetings with employees where you:
- Communicate expectations
- Solve problems
- Give feedback – both positive and negative
- Provide tools and training
- Show concern
- Be the Boss (in a productive, professional manner)
- Stay “in the know” about employees’ duties
Viewers are reminded that when supervisors invest themselves in developing team members, those team members thrive and the whole department performs at a higher level.
For complete training on this topic,
we recommend you also use The Respectful Supervisor: Integrity and Inclusion
. See The Respectful Supervisor Set
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